Begonia natunaensis

Begonia natunaensis
Begonia natunaensis

Officially described under the name Begonia phuthoensis only as recently as 2004, this was considered a relatively new Vietnamese species. However, it recently came to light that this species must now be referred to as B.  natunaensis - as was already described under that prior name. Begonia natunaensis produces a lime green peltate leaf shape wih much dimpling. It forms a tidy clump and smallish, primarily white flowers. It seems fairly easy to grow.

These are nice plants currently in a 3" pots. Easy.

Temps:Light:
Int - WarmLow - Medium
Mature Size:Humidity:
12-22", clumping65-80%
Int - WarmUltimately to 20" tall, this lime green peltate-leaved species is showy and vigorous
SKU:  item-1129
Qty Avail:  2
Price: $25.00

Officially described under the name Begonia phuthoensis only as recently as 2004, this was considered a relatively new Vietnamese species. However, it recently came to light that this species must now be referred to as B.  natunaensis - as was already described under that prior name. Begonia natunaensis produces a lime green peltate leaf shape wih much dimpling. It forms a tidy clump and smallish, primarily white flowers. It seems fairly easy to grow.

These are nice plants currently in a 3" pots. Easy.

Temps:Light:
Int - WarmLow - Medium
Mature Size:Humidity:
12-22", clumping65-80%